Your Tuesday Morning Roundup

A win is a win, but honestly it was meh. The mascots may have had a better game.

It was great to see the Eagles beat the Redskins and stay alive in the playoff picture, but was it a convincing one? Colt McCoy left the game and also had his season end with a fractured fibula. The Redskins had MARK SANCHEZ play the majority of the game. He went 13 of 21 for 100 yards and a pick.

Washington’s biggest play was Adrian Peterson’s 90 yard run for a touchdown. He ran for eight more yards on each of his other eight carries. But it’s obvious the Redskins are starting to deplete.

As for the Birds, Golden Tate and Darren Sproles showed up again, while Zach Ertz set a franchise record for receptions in a single season. Overall, they played better than Jeffrey Lurie’s cornhole throwing form.

We’ll have more on this game later today. But prior to the game, the Birds didn’t claim Kareem Hunt off waivers.

The Roundup:


A lot of rumors became official on Monday, both of them around the same time. The biggest was the Phillies officially acquiring Jean Segura from the Mariners. Juan Nicasio and James Pazos are also new Phillies, while J.P. Crawford and Carlos Santana head out west. Segura seemed to be very happy about it.

The best part might be Pazos. Is he the second coming of Sal Fasano?

With the trade comes a new episode of Crossed Up.


The Flyers also officially named Chuck Fletcher their next general manager and also their executive vice president. After nine seasons as GM of the Minnesota Wild, he was with the Devils this season as a senior advisor to Devils GM Ray Shero.


After Sunday’s win over Memphis, the Sixers continue to get ready for Wednesday’s tilt against Toronto. Brett Brown thinks Markelle Fultz will play again for the team.


There’s also a new episode of It’s Always Soccer in Philadelphia for you soccer fans.


In other sports news, Urban Meyer will retire from coaching after the Rose Bowl.

Tua Tagovailoa, Kyler Murray, and Dwayne Haskins are Heisman finalists.

The Boston Red Sox will go to the White House.


In the news, Philly’s murder rate for 2018 has passed last year’s total.

Comcast is raising some of their cable package fees.

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